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7.4 out of 10

Intel X25-M Series SSD

Intel 34nm X25-M The Intel 34nm X25-M is a 34-nanometer (nm Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Intel X25-M Series SSD

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Overall 8

Intel X-25M 160GB MLC SSD

maximum pc
27 October 2009
  • Summary: Intel's killer solid state drive gets a capacity increase, but is it still the best?
  • Pros: Blazing-fast reads and random writes; decent capacity. Cost per GB keeps falling.
  • Cons: Can't keep up in sustained writes.
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Overall 8

Intel X25-M G2

LAPTOP Magazine
31 July 2009
  • Summary: By introducing a lower cost 34nm production process and revising its controller, Intel has moved the ball forward in terms of manufacturing, but it hasn’t shaken up the market in terms of performance like it did last year. While modest write speeds drop its overall performance behind competitors such as the OCZ Vertex and Patriot Torqx, the X25-M G2 is a good choice because of its strong read speeds, higher capacity, and slightly better price per gigabyte.
  • Pros: Blazing fast application open times, Low cost per gigabyte,
  • Cons: Expensive overall, Modest write performance,
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Overall 7
Performance 10

Intel X25-M, beats HDD on all levels except price

PC Authority
13 January 2010
  • Summary: Incredibly fast and silent, too, but solid-state is still far too expensive for the mainstream.
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Overall 8

Intel X-25M solid-state drive (80GB)

10 October 2008
  • Summary: If you can forget about the cost, this is by far the fastest data drive available.
  • Pros: Fast transfer speed, Low power consumption, Shorter boot times
  • Cons: Expensive
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